An unusual application of the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act will go forward following a Manhattan judge’s denial of an insurance company’s motion to dismiss.

The Tennessee-based insurance giant UnumProvident Corp., which has already paid $23 million in settlement agreements with individual states over the past year, has been accused of developing an elaborate network of conspirators to avoid paying claims.

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